Whether you are off on holidays or not, Friday’s are always about enjoying the end of the week! What is it going to be this Friday?And don’t forget to enter our subscribers competition here! Need inspiration for Friday Drinks! Check out today’s recommendations [...]
T’Gallant have been one of the leaders in the development of Pinot Gris/Grigio. This is a very fine example of an Australian Pinot Grigio. Its dry crisp nutty pear and cashew characters have some spicy support. There is plenty of refreshing acid which is gently rounded and almost creamy in texture adding to the fineness [...]
The Good Food & Wine Show is here in Sydney again from Friday, 16th July to Sunday, 18th July 2010. This is a fantastic opportunity to catch up with the latest releases from your favourite wineries, and to discover your new favourites while also being able to check out the celebrity cooking theatres and taste [...]
I just discovered this little snippet about the latest IWC trophy winners and thought to share it with you for inspiration. Mind you the English are little credited for their part in the development of Champagne – we should all say thanks to Christopher Merret who released a paper on how to make the bubbles [...]
End of FY is now over and it is time convince the boss to open his wallet!Need inspiration for Friday Drinks! Check out today’s recommendations onFriday Drinks Club. Like Unlike
I hope that everyone is having a great night tonight if you have signed up for Dry July. Make sure that you open something special now and treat yourself to something mega special (and not necessarily something alcoholic!) for all your effort on the 1st August.
For those who have [...]
If you want a change from Sauvignon Blanc, then Australian Pinot Grigios are an excellent alternative. They are crisp, yet finely textured and often have more restrained fruit than the more flamboyant SB. This latest Pinot Grigio from Kirrihill is no exception to this rule of thumb.
Kirrihill have looked to Birdwood in the Adelaide Hills [...]
What a week it has been! I am sooooo looking forward to my It’s Friday! glass of wine. Check out the treat of the week – it is in honour of you, Julia Gillard!Need inspiration for Friday Drinks! Check out today’s recommendations onFriday [...]
The Jaraman range is produced from a combination of fruit from two regions. This Cabernet has 64% Clare fruit topped up by fruit from Australia’s classic region for Cab Sauv – Coonawarra. This combination gives a rich ripeness with just a hint of minty character coming from the Coonawarra fruit. The result is a gorgeous [...]
A picture worth a thousand words: Off with his head ... the Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, vowed not to surrender to the wishes of factional leaders who are backing his deputy, Julia Gillard. Photo: Stefan Postles (www.smh.com.au)
In wine terms the current political ’spill’ situation is simple – Julia G is a little like a [...]
Last week, ‘The Australian’ published an article on the submission by the Winemakers’ Federation of Australia on potential wine labelling reviews and today the Medical Journal of Australia reports that about 80% of women drinking during pregnancy according to Rosanna Ryan from the ABC. There has certainly been plenty of debate in the past on [...]
You just gotta try these wines this weekend. Just Brilliant!Need inspiration for Friday Drinks! Check out today’s recommendations onFriday Drinks Club. Like Unlike
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Malbec is not a common grape in Australia and it is not often that you will see it unblended, although, in saying that there are probably more Argentine straight Malbecs available than Australian. But this one & a Sparkling version by Peterson’s are both worth seeking out.
It has ripe fruit with a fleshy mid palate [...]